Time Flies… with Oasis
Here’s to one of the greatest rock bands ever to walk and talk this planet of ours… no arguments. Thank you for 15yrs of -AWESOMENESS. Thank you for the best show of 2006 in Houston with the best and coolest crew of them all! Span through Oasis’s career in this 27 track singles collection Time Flies. Oasis conquered the world in 94-96, Definitely Maybe and What’s the Story Morning Glory are heralded as the BEST albums released. Oasis were a juggernaut playing 2 massive shows at Knebworth to over 250,000 fans. Fast forward to 2010, 5 albums later and Oasis are no more…time flies indeed. Cheers boys to a great music career. Fans go relive all your memories here on Time Flies.
My personal favorite tracks off Time Flies are Supersonic, Wonderwall, Live Forever, Don’t Look Back In Anger, and Whatever
Oasis, Time Flies… 1994 – 2009 out now! Buy it! Stand out tracks – ALL OF THEM
Oasis: What’s Your Story? – Russell
From: oasisinetofficial | June 18, 2010 | 2,112 views
A while back Oasisinet asked you to send us in your stories about what Oasis and their music mean to you. We heard from thousands of fans all around the world and would like to say a big thank you to all who got in touch.
Big Brother Recordings took a small selection of these fans and filmed their stories. Each intimate portrait concentrates on how specific Oasis songs have affected their lives and are cut together with footage that you sent to us telling your story.
In amongst these short films are Italian football idol Alessandro del Piero, whose 2006 World Cup victory played out to the soundtrack of ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’. We also visit Stefy ‘Supersonic’ Bull, an amateur boxer who was inspired to turn pro after hearing ‘Supersonic’; a family who came together thanks to hearing ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ in a Hong Kong bar; an Italian sculptor and well known Liam look-a-like, and a prisoner who was inspired to do the right thing after hearing ‘Stop Crying Your Heart Out’. Each story entertains in its own way and will no doubt strike a chord with all the millions of fans who supported the band through their eighteen year career.
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